Poems wanted for new Leonard Cohen anthology

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Hull’s Wrecking Ball Press is inviting submissions of poetry and prose inspired by the life and work of poet, novelist and singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, who died in 2016. On their website the publishers say: “We invite you to submit to us your writing inspired by the Ladies’ Man himself: what he meant to you, how he inspired you, how he influenced you. Words born in the emotions invoked by Cohen’s writing and music, from short stories and poems to brief autobiographical experiences. Did you ever meet Leonard Cohen, or see him in concert? Where did he take you with his words and his songs?”

Submissions for the anthology should be sent to editor@wreckingballpress.com. They will be shortlisted and selected by poet and comedian Kate Fox, and Wrecking Ball Press editor Shane Rhodes. The deadline is 17 May. More details

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